|Position:||Senior Associate AD/Athletic Facility Management|
|Hometown:||Port Arthur, Texas|
|High School:||Lincoln HS|
A long-time member of the LSU community, Ronnie Haliburton, Senior Associate Athletic Director for Operations and Facility Enhancements, enters his 15th year with the athletics department.
In his current role Haliburton oversees the day-to-day operations of the facilities and grounds and game and event management of LSU Athletics. He has led restoration efforts of Tiger Stadium, LSU’s Cox Communications Academic Center for Student-Athletes and the Pete Maravich Assembly Center.
Prior to being elevated to his current position in February 2015, Haliburton served as Senior Associate AD for Athletic Facility Management (2009-2015), Associate AD for Athletic Facility Management (2007-2009) and Director of Athletic Facility Management (2003-2007).
Before working with athletics, Haliburton spent five years (1998-2003) as a manager with LSU’s facility maintenance department where he was responsible for the management of custodial operations, special event crews, stock room inventory, and equipment repairs.
Prior to his time with LSU’s facility maintenance department, Haliburton worked as a resident assistant in Broussard Hall athletic dormitory (1994) and as a student assistant strength coach with athletics (1994-1995). He returned to residential life as a manager in 1996 before being named coordinator of residential life later that year (1996-1998).
A standout tight end for the LSU Football team for four seasons (1986-1989), Haliburton was a member of two Southeastern Conference championship teams. He went on to be selected in the sixth round (164th choice overall) of the 1990 National Football League Draft by the Denver Broncos, for whom he played two seasons (1990-1991).
Haliburton was born in New Orleans, and he grew up in Port Arthur, Texas. He currently resides in Baton Rouge and has three daughters: Chantae’ (25), Lauren (23) and Rohnny (18).